Peggy and Chris Westfall, author, Leadership Language: Using Authentic Communication to Drive Results, talk about communication, and he says just because you say something doesn’t mean you should.
Peggy and Elise Keith, cofounder, Lucid Meetings, and author of Where the Action Is: The Meetings that Make or Break Your Organization, discuss meetings.
Marjorie Mauldin, author of Feedback Revolution, and founder and president of Executive Forum, chats with Peggy about helping leaders and teams give successful and effective feedback, which improves employee productivity and morale.
Gary Morton, author, Commanding Excellence, says optimizing the selection process from an employer standpoint is understanding the type of people you want and how they will fit inside your organization.
Donald Lee Sheppard CEO of Sheppard Properties and author of The Dividends of Decency says ethics is what you do when no one is looking, and the same thing with integrity.
Joshua Peschel, assistant professor, Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, Iowa State University, talks about what it takes to be a pioneer and how the younger entrepreneurial thinkers can stay motivated.
Paul Sean Hill, author, Leadership from the Mission Control Room to the Boardroom: A Guide to Unleashing Team Performance, says we become separated as we get promoted.